A while back I had the opportunity to watch a Chinese presentation led by a martial arts master regarding kung-fu. When I started watching, I was expecting a lecture on historic lineage leading up to today. Luckily it was anything but that. The master started out by asking the question “What is kung-fu?” A few people did in-fact reference history and martial arts styles.
After listening for a few minutes he shook his head and everyone was confused. Read the rest of this entry
It is 2012 and the end of the world as we knew it has commenced. A Neuro–virus has been released onto the majority of the students here at UMass. The fire sprinkler systems were broken into, the Neuro-virus added and then, at the peak of the day, they were all set off simultaneously, effectively drenching the unexpecting and quickly irritated students. The virus seeped into the body through cuts, scrapes, eyes and even the pores if left on the skin long enough. All thanks to a junior writing professor and his whimsical mind and sporadic distaste for monotony, a few others and myself ended up outside, sitting on the steps of the Campus Center when this all occurred. This spared us from the almost instantaneous Zombification process that occurred once the N-virus reached your blood system.